2014 to be exact…
I gave the Magnetic Memory Method a test run.
I used the method to try to learn 127 new Spanish words.
I then tested myself and the results were surprising.
This post is a recap of my case study. At the end of this post, I’ll share if my initial positive conclusions still hold up more than six years later.
It is almost impossible to find a language learning app today that does not put it at the forefront of the learning process.
Gamification can certainly help when it comes to motivation, but it also disguises what the real reward of learning a language is.
The real reward is not a stupid looking hat for your childish avatar, or collecting coins that ultimately prove useless.
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Some people think all languages should be learned through real world materials.
Unfortunately, it’s not so simple to do.
Things can get messy…
Luckily, there’s a website that can help you.
Yabla is a language immersion tool that helps you learn a new language through videos.
It’s a fun way for intermediate and advanced learners to improve their skills in their target language. It’s especially good for boosting your listening skills.
You don’t just watch the videos, but you also learn from them by playing games that feature the videos’ content.
This is not just another LingQ Review.
Because it’s not just about what I think about LingQ.
I’ve also included the opinions of other bloggers in it.
That way, you’ll get a better overview of what, and how good or bad LingQ is.